Ashton Toricky Satu


Life is experience


Life is everything good and bad Every time I experience new things The river that is flowing will never Repeat its course It is gone and never come back Life is all about experiencing new things Every experiences happen once A life will not repeat Life is experience

Submitted: Monday, August 25, 2014

Topic(s): Life


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I write this poem, as I personally experiences everything new in life. Each day of my life brings new things. Sorrow, love, joy, mourning, pain, suffering, learning, etc: these are all things become experience in my life. Everything that I experiences every moment in my life is new. My past experiences turns into history, the things that I do every time in life becomes my experience. That is why I am motivated to write this poem and it is what I experience in life.

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